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Podcasts I am an illiterate ipod users have only listened other peoples, they scare me........ I am interested in becoming a litterate ipod user, using it mostly to download podcast to listen (only) while I am exercising I have check some for the memory used on some of the podcasts approximately 30 MG used per podcast. What I am wondering is that since the podcasts are in video form and the shuffle doesn't have a screen can I listen only to the podcast on the shuffle? And approximately how many podcast could it hold?

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Greetings,
As I understand it video podcasts will not work on the shuffle. However there are a ton of great audio podcasts that you can subscribe to free of charge from the iTunes store. Podcasts vary in length and mbs used. The podcasts I listen to are about an hour long. On a 1 gig shuffle you can fit about 26 hours of podcasts.
Let me know if you have any more questions by commenting in this thread. Also please rate me well if this helped you.
Take Care,
-WN

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